managing prescription medication regimens

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Your doctor may have prescribed several different medications for you to take each day. When you have more than a few pills to take in the morning or at night, it can be difficult to keep them all straight. How can you organize your prescriptions to ensure that you take everything that you need to when you need to? Are your new pills having an effect on the way that you feel? What can you do if your new prescriptions are causing you more problems than they are treating? This blog is all about managing prescription medication regimens every single day.


What To Expect During A Sports Physical

5 February 2021
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If you are thinking about participating in a sport or even just beginning a routine with more physical activity, it is a good idea to schedule a sports physical with your physician beforehand. In some cases, this may be required for your participation, but even if it isn't, you should want the go-ahead from a doctor before you start pushing your body in this new way. But what, exactly, takes place during a sports physical? Read More …

If Your Child Has Had A Concussion, These Things Might Be Part Of His/Her Sports Physical

3 February 2020
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Concussions are a serious issue in college and professional contact sports, but it's also important for parents to know that children can suffer concussions, too. If your child has received a concussion while playing in a sports league, it's highly probable that he or she could miss some or all of the remainder of the season. Before the new season begins, your child will likely have to pass a sports physical, and the medical professional who is administering it will want to be sure that the child is no longer struggling with the symptoms of the concussion. Read More …

Is It IBS Or Something Else? 3 Symptoms That You Should Talk To Your Doctor About

14 June 2016
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It is estimated that up to 15 percent of people have irritable bowel syndrome or IBS. Of those, about 25 percent have symptoms that are severe enough to interfere with their life. While chronic, IBS doesn't directly cause other diseases and disorders, such as cancer or inflamed bowel. Someone with IBS can still develop new and serious bowel issues, but it may be difficult for them to spot the symptoms because they are similar to those of IBS. Read More …

3 Ways To Avoid Getting Onychomycosis Of The Toenails

10 May 2016
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Onychomycosis, also called nail fungus, is a common infection that can affect your toenails. It's reported to affect between 2% and 13% of the population of North America, so this fungus is widespread. If you get this infection, your nails could become thickened, crumbly or sore, and they may even separate from your nail beds, so it's best to avoid getting it in the first place. Here are three ways to avoid getting onychomycosis. Read More …